Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
If the car starts again without trouble - it is probably an air leak on the inlet manifold or associated pipework. If the car is very 'lumpy'' then stops it could be a coil-pack or mass airflow assembly - also this fault sometimes triggers a gearbox fault warning as the engine and gearbox become out of sync. due to engine misfires.
The air leak fault will not always register in the fault code memory of the car whilst in its early stages. As the fault becomes greater - the engine will become hesitant - then stop. This is the time to spray leak detector spray around the pipes or manifold joints, as the spray gets 'sucked' into the leak and the engine note will change noticeably.
Hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you moved the switch to leave the interior light on all the time?
have a look at this first,,, if its not that then it could be a door switch sticking on you or the light delay turn off device has gone short circuit on you it has whats called a "tryac" its an electrical switch in the light delay circuit that when it go's pop some times failes in the closed poshion leaving the light on for safty,,,
i hope this has helped you
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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